ALERT: ECU hosting emergency training exercise today (12/18)
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More than 2,200 Pirates entered Minges Coliseum on Friday morning as students and left as graduates.
ECU will stage a full-scale, emergency training exercise Tuesday, Dec. 18 in the College Hill area of main campus. There will be significant law enforcement, fire and emergency service personnel present.
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🚨 ECU is conducting an active assailant drill today. ❗ This is a training exercise only. https://t.co/X7N3rXldlz
🚨 ECU will conduct an active assailant drill Tuesday, Dec. 18, for training purposes. Expect to see increased law enforcement presence on campus as part of the exercise. 🚨
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